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Galliford Try appointed on Bevan Intermediate Care Unit

Salford City Council has appointed Galliford Try to construct the 2 storey 60 bed Bevan Intermediate Care unit on the site of the Stott Lane car park, beside Salford Royal Hospital.

Following a single stage competitive tender process Galliford Try was chosen to deliver the scheme through the Procure Partnerships North West Framework.

The 23,600 sq ft building designed by DAY Architectural (DAY architectural is appointed to the Procure Partnerships Framework Professional Services Agreement) will provide a mix of single bedrooms and 4-bed bay rooms to provide intermediate care for patients. The building will also include facilities for staff, catering, occupational therapy space, a gym, and also a day room.

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust will lease the 60-bedroom building from client Salford City Council for £595,000 a year for 25 years.

Galliford Try was appointed via a Single-Stage Competitive Tender process through the North West region of The Procure Partnerships Framework. To learn more about the Procure Partnerships Tender Process click HERE.

The Procure Partnerships Framework allows the Public Sector to appoint Professional Services Partners and Contractor Partners to support their strategic goals. Further information of the Professional Services Supplier and Contractor Partners can be found HERE.

Faye Dolan, Key Account Manager at Procure Partnerships commented: “The Bevan Intermediate Care unit is incredibly important to Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and the community it supports, we are proud to support Salford City Council in the procurement of this project and look forward to seeing it serving Salford for years to come.

Galliford Try has extensive experience delivering Healthcare projects in the North West, we have a strong relationship with the contractor and we’re delighted to see our client, Salford City Council, appoint a contractor that will deliver a first-class scheme.“

Quote from Galliford Try: Darren Parker, Managing Director at Galliford Try NW commented:
“Securing the Bevan IMU project is another key milestone in our strategy to grow our presence in the health sector across the NW. The project is one of the first of its kind in the country and we are very pleased to be starting on site within the next few weeks”.